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Adonis Palacios

Born in Seville in 1988, he graduated from the Conservatorio Superior of his city and then lived for a period in Como, Italy, studying with the Russian pianist V. Dvorkin and Natalia Trull, also in Italy and in Moscow. He then moved to Paris, where in 2014 he received the Superior Chamber Music Diploma unanimously at the Ecole Normale under the guidance of Chantal de Buchy; he received then the "Concertiste" Diploma in the same school, and specialized in accompaniment with Julien Lepape.
He gave his first concert at the age of 10, performing then in Spain, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Italy, France, Russia, Switzerland, Romans, China and South Korea, playing as a soloist with orchestras such as the Orchestra Symphony of the CNSM of Seville, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Bacau, the National Orchestra of the French Police. He recently performed for Radio France, Maison de la Musique de Nanterre and Salle de Fetes Gennevilliers. In 2019 he presents his first string quartet, cycles for voice and piano, a sonatina for flute and the piece for piano and dance imposed as a mandatory variation for the national examination of French classical dance, first cycle.
Since 2015 he has been Professor at the Grand Orly Seine-Bièvre Conservatoire (Paris), and is accompanying the Philippe Joaroussky Academy and the Radio France Choir directed by Marie Noëlle Maerten.